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Jonathan Isaac played 19 minutes for Lakeland tonight. He scored 8 points on 3-of-8 shooting and had 3 rebounds, 3 steals and 5 turnovers. @Safid_Deen, on site in Lakeland, reports Isaac will fly to Oklahoma City on Sunday to join the Magic, who'll play the Thunder on Monday.— Josh Robbins (@JoshuaBRobbins) February 25, 2018
.@OrlandoMagic G Terrence Ross, who has been out since Nov. 29 after suffering a significant injury to his right knee, said tonight that he is "close" to returning. Ross had a setback during rehab recently, but he said he thinks he'll play again "soon."— John Denton (@JohnDenton555) February 24, 2018
Look at these losing streaks. pic.twitter.com/mwavImDBO4— Tankathon.com (@tankathon) February 25, 2018
With a 116-105 loss to the Sixers, the Magic continued to show their process of losing, writes our Garrett Townsend in his game recap.
After the Magic took an early 15-6 lead, Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons keyed a decisive 50-18 run, writes Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel.
The Magic, like many others, are impressed with Joel Embiid, Robbins writes.
Jonathan Isaac’s performance with the Lakeland Magic had mixed results, but he will rejoin the Orlando Magic on Monday for their game against the Thunder, reports Safid Deen of the Orlando Sentinel.
An encouraging start for the Magic quickly dissolved into a frustrating evening, writes John Denton of OrlandoMagic.com.
Jonathan Isaac’s G-League experience will benefit him in the long run, writes Josh Cohen of OrlandoMagic.com.
Up against Joel Embiid, Nikola Vucevic earned a ‘C+’ for his performance in the nighty grades column by Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily.
The Magic have been unable to develop the”Trust the Process” culture, Rossman-Reich writes.
The Sixers were outplayed in the opening and closing minutes of the game, but hang on to win their seventh straight game, writes Emily Anderson of Liberty Ballers.
Four areas the Magic need to build on next season, courtesy of Luke Duffy of Hoops Habit.
Mario Hezonja’s career is not dead yet, writes Jesus Gomez of FanRag Sports.
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